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8.4-inch Samsung tablet found on FCC site, believed to be Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

One of the easiest ways to confirm whether or not a rumored device is legit is to see if it has passed through the FCC certification process, and judging on the info found on the FCC site, Samsung has a new tablet in the works with model number SM-T320.

Information from other sources corroborates that and even gives us its screen size – the odd 8.4 inches. Rumors say that this device would go by the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 moniker, but that’s hardly confirmed.

What today’s FCC leak confirms, however, is the existence of the device plus the usual tidbits about the tablet having Bluetooth, as well as Wi-Fi connectivity. Yup, that’s hardly much at all. But it gets more interesting.

Th thing is that the mentioned model designation SM-T320 can also be found in a recent cargo shipment report, which tells us a bit more – such as the screen size of this Galaxy tab device. The report clearly says that three units of this model were shipped from South Korea on December 23rd for “testing & evaluation purpose” and that that screen size of the tablet is “8:4″.

This gives new life to previous rumors that Samsung is working on a tablet, which should be called Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.

We don’t have any further info, but we’ll be reporting live any product announcements that Samsung might have at CES next month so stay tuned. The event starts on January 7th.

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